Brainbox UC-320 Low Profile PCI Universal x1 Port Velocity RS422/485

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Product Overview Universal PCI Card providing industry standard 9 pin RS422/485 serial COM port in a single slot. On-board
Zener diodes ensure electrical protection. Velocity mega baud data transfer rates and 128 byte deep FIFO
guarantees uncompromising performance and fault free use.

Available as a standard Profile or Low profile card. Low profile is the industry small form factor design
for PCI.

Universal PCI is fully compatible with both 3.3Volt and 5Volt PCI slots; protecting your investment into the
future. Features • 1 Port RS422/485.
• Universal PCI.
• 128 Byte FIFO with user definable trigger level.
• Up to 921,600 baud.
• Low Profile and Standard Profile Options.
• Full Duplex and Half Duplex Auto gating.
• Transient Spike Protection.
• Drivers for all popular operating systems.
• Sample programs, Test and Terminal software- all with source code.
Connectivity 1 x RS422/485

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

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